Man arrested wearing bra BAIL: Keith William Green is mobbed my the media after being released from the Newcastle courthouse cells on Wednesday afternoon.
FREE: Keith William Green is mobbed my the media after being released from the Newcastle courthouse cells on Wednesday afternoon.
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Keith William Green, 55, of Raymond Terrace, appeared in Newcastle Local Court in handcuffs, a pair of green prison-issue shorts and a jumper on Wednesday charged with enter dwelling with intent and peep or pry.
His solicitor, Kristy Wade, pleaded not guilty to both charges and applied for bail on Mr Green’s behalf.
According to a statement of police facts, the alleged victim was at home on Sunday night when she saw a man standing in her backyard.
She grabbed a torch and the man, who was was wearing only a pair of white underpants, fled.
Then on Tuesday night about 11.25pm, the woman was asleep in her unit when she heard someone come in.
She walked into the lounge room and saw a man –wearing nothing but a pair of dark-coloured underpants – standing behind the lounge room door, court documents state.
“The alleged victim noticed that the accused had something protruding from the rear of his head but was unable to describe this object any further,” police facts state.The woman told police she recognised the man from a few nights earlier and told him to leave.The man ran out the front door and the alleged victim called police.
Police patrolled the area and allegedly found Mr Green running along Lewis Street at 11.36pm, court documents state.
At this stage, police allegehe was wearing underpants and a dark jumper and was carrying a bundle of ladies clothes and a black wig.
When police asked about the clothes, Mr Green allegedly said they were his.When asked about the cable ties and ratchet straps, the accused replied: “I don’t know”, court documents state.
Magistrate Robert Stone granted Mr Green bail on the condition he live at Raymond Terrace, report to police, adhere to a curfew, not enter the suburb of Maryville and provide a $1000 surety.
The matter was adjourned until June 22.